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Children, Media and Education INDEX

How do media change children? How can they be used in education? We adults have not found out the answers to these questions. By looking back the past ten years of CRN, I would like to think about the future of children, media and education.

Table of Contents
1. Innovation Training Becomes Important
2. Taking Advantage of Lagging Behind
3. Learning Backwards is Better
4. Drawing out the Potential of Children

Takemochi Ishii
Professor Emeritus, The University of Tokyo. Currently, Visiting Professor, Keio University. Chairman/CEO, Tokio Marine Research Institute, and Managing Director, Mobile Society Research Institute of NTT DoCoMo, Inc. Specializes in system engineering, multimedia, and related fields. Born in 1930. Graduated from the Faculty of Medicine and Faculty of Engineering, The University of Tokyo. Served in the Ministry of International Trade and Industry before entering academia.

Tomohiro Kawamura
CRN researcher in charge of CRN Research on Children and the Media. Researcher, Keio University Graduate School of Media and Governance. Born in 1971. M.A., Media and Governance, Keio University.


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Takemochi Ishii
Professor Emeritus, The University of Tokyo. Currently, Visiting Professor, Keio University. Chairman/CEO, Tokio Marine Research Institute, and Managing Director, Mobile Society Research Institute of NTT DoCoMo, Inc. Specializes in system engineering, multimedia, and related fields. Born in 1930. Graduated from the Faculty of Medicine and Faculty of Engineering, The University of Tokyo. Served in the Ministry of International Trade and Industry before entering academia.

Tomohiro Kawamura
CRN researcher in charge of CRN Research on Children and the Media. Researcher, Keio University Graduate School of Media and Governance. Born in 1971. M.A., Media and Governance, Keio University.
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